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working in graffiti profession for awhile, i think everybody knows randy campbell. who knows randy campbell? that's good. those of you who don't, especially if you're in law enforce. you're probably going to want to write this down. no graph.net. randy campbell has been working in graffiti cases forever and he's a retired, i think, sheriff or highway patrolman. maybe somebody can help me out there. >> highway patrol. >> highway patrolman. what he runs it's no ground.net. for law enforcement, if you're looking for a tagger you think is crossing state boundaries and you catch one and you want to put up that person's tag to other law enforcement agencies, he's got a network where you can do that. so, you send that in to him, he sends it out and it goes to hundreds of cities. if you're looking for somebody and you think that other cities might know who that is, put that out and he'll send it out to all those cities. so, e-mail him and get on his network. he's got a website. and he's a great resource for law enforcement specifically and everybody else, too, but law enforcement specifica
to meet with israel's prime minister to focus on iran's nuclear program. as kyla campbell reports from the washington d.c. newsroom, talks from iran are stepping up the pursuit of nuclear weapons, kyla? >> reporter: little progress is expected on peace talks between israel and iran but president barack obama and bet washington nationals could come to -- bet -- prime minister benjamin netanyahu said president barack obama is taking the lead on how u.s. will respond to iran's threats and that's because the u.s. is israel's strongest ally and iran could have a nuclear weapon to use in the next few months and they believe it could not happen for another year which could form more peace talks. he wants to talk about peace. >> to speak directly to the people of israel and to neighbors... >> reporter: the president is meeting with israel and the two will hold a news conference. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> the 15-year-old girl from pakistan who was shot in the head by the taliban because she fought for the rights of women
. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's tuesday, march 19th. >>> we have new video on developing news we first told you about in our last hour, the marine corps has confirmed seven marines were killed last night during a training exercise near the california/nevada border. there was an explosion just before 10:00 p.m. at the hawthorne army depot near hawthorne,ner. that's about 140 miles --ner. that's about 140 -- nevada. that's about 140 miles east. we've also learned the marines were based out of camp lejeune, north carolina. an official on scene was revealing limited information. >> it was a accident that happened -- it was an accident that happened with the marines training down here. i can tell you there were a few people care-flighted. >> one hospital is reportedly treating eight injured people. three are in serious condition. the army depot stores and disses of military ammunition. but officials say the plosion was not related to that ammunition and we'll have more information on this story as we get it in to ktvu.
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-- 58 year old joseph campbell -- entered a dicks sporting goods just after 7 pm on saturday. he pointed a handgun at a worker and demanded an unlocked shotgun and ammunition. campbell then took the shotgun and locked himself in the bathroom. the store and nearby businesses were evacuated during the four-hour long standoff. a small plane crash in indiana has killed two people and injured several others. authorities say the jet crashed into at least three houses this afternoon. the f-a-a says two of the four people on board died -- and three people were taken to the hosptial with non life-threatening injuries. the pilot reported a problem with electrical power on approach to the airport. investigators say the jet took off from tulsa, oklahoma and went down about eight miles from the south bend regional airport. the department of defense is releasing the names of the five service members that were killed last monday in afghanistan when their helicopter went down. they are staff sergeant marc ski-aldo. staff sergeant steven blass. chief warrant officer bryan henderson. specialist zachary sh
, danny campbell, berg knee [speaker not understood], dr. ed kirsch, benjamin arnie and [speaker not understood]. next speaker. >>> good afternoon, supervisors. john grass man with [speaker not understood] the san francisco [speaker not understood] consortium. on behalf of our 11 community nonprofit health centers, seeing 97,000 patients in san francisco, we want to thank you and congratulate you on this agreement. i have been asked by our board of directors who are executive directors of the clinics to tell you that we unequivocally stand by our commitment to see the 1500 patients from the tenderloin and the 5,900 patients that cpmc will take from the medi-cal population. we pledge our commitment and support to continue to expand health care with the department of public health and affordable care act. we look forward, we thank you for your work and we'll be working with you in the future. thank you. >> thank you. next speaker. bernie? >>> age before beauty. anyway, i'm with san francisco tomorrow and i'm here standing nimby. i wish to commend the consensus that have got in effe
at guantanamo bay. >>> it shows a simulated attack on the white house and capitol hill. kyla campbell has more on the different opinions of what experts are saying, kyla? >> reporter: some say the video is simply propaganda and others say it is intentions for it's long range missile program. take a look at the u.s. capital building getting hit by an explosion and they translated one as saying, the white house is caught in a panoramic sight of a long range missile. we will add four long range missiles on the west coast sending a signal with its reason threats of a nuclear strike. >> the reason we are advancing our program for homeland security is so that we will not take any chances. >> reporter: those have a price tag of $1 million and they are already home to four of those intercepters. we will tell you what the white house is saying about these latest threats when i see you next kyla campbell. >>> new details about president barack obama's visit to the bay area here, the president will be attending four fundraisers. two will be in san francisco and the others will be in other areas. the pres
arrived in israel for the first time since being elected. kyla campbell reports from the washington d.c. newsroom and iran is expected to be the hot topic in his discussion with israeli leaders. >> reporter: president barack obama and prime minister benjamin netanyahu have focused on israel. shortly after arriving president barack obama toured a missile which was largely funned by the u.s. it is credited with intercepting more than 400 rockets. now they are shifting to the nuclear program and president barack obama and prime minister benjamin netanyahu are disagreeing on how close iran is to making a nuclear bomb. but the president's quick speech sent a message to iran about the relationship between israel and u.s. >> we have for the past 65 years united states is proud to stand with you assets greatest ally and its friend. >> reporter: they do not expect agreements to come out of his trip but we will talk more about what is at stake on this trip when i see you next, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> time now 4:14, a teen in ohio has been sentenced to life in prison for
the united states. north korea shows a video with a simulated attack. here is kyla campbell and the pentagon is watching this closely, kyla? >> reporter: the pentagon is adding missile intercepters and it will take three years to get all 13 of them together in alaska. assist you lasted attack by north korea targeting the white house and the capital building. they carried out a rocket test in december and a bomb test last month. it happened during a united nations conference. they ordered a preemptive nuclear attack and that was after they agreed on new tougher sanctions. some analysts say it's just propaganda and others say it shows north korea's intentions for its nuclear weapons program. >> they will not sent them nor -- they will not accept them. >> it directly targets the u.s. >> reporter: some lawmakers do not believe the united states is doing enough by adding missile intercepters in alaska over the next three years. what they want done when i see you next, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> they are trying to keep the government fund
to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. >>> we're tracking developing news out of bethel island where a large fire that's burned two homes has flared up again. the fire first broke out at 2:30 this morning on taylor road. claudine wong is live on bethel island with more on why this fire is taking so long to control. good morning, claudine. >> reporter: good morning, tori. they've attacked it from the front, from behind and now they are gonna talk it from above. take a look. one home was already destroyed by flames but this fire at this home has burned for more than four hours. you have firefighters on the ground shooting water up into the top level of this home. but it's just not getting to where it needs to get to. firefighters say what they are doing now is getten an aerial truck into place and then they are gonna shoot water above it down on the fire in the hopes that that makes a difference. this fire started burning about 2:30 this morning. that's when the flames were first spotted. we did talk to the woman who lives inside this home. she talked to us about how she w
. >>> good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. we're following developing news out of south bay where traffic is affected after a deadly hit and run overnight. the accident happened around 3:00 this morning on interstate 280 near the mclaughlin exit. that's where we find our report with just how long drivers can expect delays. good morning. >>> good morning. two moms mom -- lanes are still closed. cal tran has taken ahold of this situation. a pedestrian was hit and killed here. this has turned into a biohazard situation. it was a gruesome seen out here and there was body fluid on the freeway. cal tran said is needs to be cleaned up. here you can look out at traffic that is backed up here in the southbound lanes of 280. again, it's right in the middle of the commute. it could be like this until 10:00 a.m. let's go to video later this morning. this all happened at 3:15. someone called 911 after seeing a body of a woman crumpled on a freeway. they used their car to stop other cars from running over the body. drivers stopped to help, but no other --
'm tori campbell. it's monday, march 25th. a car involved in a high-speed chase may also be tied to an armed robbery and two shootings. tara moriarty is live in hayward at the scene of one of those crimes. with details on the chase also and possible gun connections. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning. this is where police say an innocent bystander could have been killed. he's doing okay. the police believe the suspects could have been linked to an armed robbery in san jose. here's the intersection where the drive-by shooting happened and police were led on a wild chase through three east bay cities late last night. our cameras caught the chase north through 880. police tried to pull the driver other in hayward for dui and reckless driving. but he sped off through san leandro and oakland. the car spun out of control between 580 between harrison and park and police cars slammed into it to box the car in. officers say people were throwing things out on the roadway. they never found the objects but officers did find weapons inside the vehicle when it finally stopped. >> th
the pentagon is doing enough. here's kyla campbell. >> reporter: dave, some lawmakers say missile intercepters need to be added to the east coast. this is in response a four- minute video showing a simulated attack by north korea on the u.s. and the capitol building. it includes captions and a news agency translated as saying "the white house is caught in the panoramic sight of a long- range missiles" of this video shows north korea is committed to the goal. they add north korea has enough nuclear material to make several crude bombs but the country just has not shown its ability to build a warhead small enough to mount on a long- range missile. chuck hagel says they will move forward with adding missiles in alaska, 14 of them in the last four years. that's after those in california and alabama. we'll tell you what the white house is saying about these threats when i see you next hour. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> today, the senate is expected to approve a spending bill to keep the government funded through the end of september. the m
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campbell for your mentor ship and my colleagues and coen and i thank you. (applause) thanks for mayor of san francisco, edwin lee and the board of supervisors these are all people who not only believes in wrap around but put fining behind it and in fact it cost so much in the way of resource to save one person in violate injury but it's the less than the cost of resid victim and so i want to thank aum you have in the name of hope and belief in our communities for allowing us to do this work and continuing and to kaiser meta fund and at&t those who have believed in us and finally, i want to thank my valentine scot lord because everyday is valentine's day with you. thank you. (applause) . . >> our final award will be pretend by the executive vice president of group lead social responsibility union bank.. >> well good morning everyone it's great to be here to see all of you and hear some of these ininspiringing stories from yawn and david and certainly listening to the moving transcribe beauty begin by row chyle and i the privilege of introducing two extraordinary individuals and it
, campbell, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> welcome back at 4:41. three people are under arrest following a daring but brief prison escape. authorities say two men were hoisted out of a prison in canada on a rope dangling from a helicopter. they were dropped next to a waiting car. police caught up with a man in an hour and they arrested two suspected politicians. the second man surrendered early this morning. investigators say he was forced to take part in the escape. >> not the typical beach fine. $4 million worth of marijuana on a santa barbara beach. authorities found 2,000 pounds of marijuana yesterday. the sheriff deputies made the discovery. here is a picture of the marijuana, 50 plastic wrapped bales. authorities are testing the drugs and other evidence and the boat which investigators believe was used to smuggle the drugs. early this month, $1 million worth of marijuana was found near the air force base. >> pope francis officially takes over the job during ceremonies tomorrow, he faces major challenges in the court and questions of his past. here is that report. >> he ha
like to thank ms. campbell and [inaudible] for all the work we did together on putting this together. the plan itself highlights key financial issues specifically drivers of any gaps between revenues and expenditures and then monitors our overall progress on the city's structural deficit. as you'll also remember, the five-year plan, it requires that we both present what that gap is and then propose financial strategies about how to eliminate the gap between revenues and expenditures. so, what i thought i would do is kind of walk through some high level assumption and then talk about in more detail about what's going on in the five-year financial outlook, so the plan itself assumes the budget that was adopted last year for 13-14 as the base case in most scenarios, so that means things like our capital funding is assumed at the level that it was adopted in the budget last year, inflation on materials and supplies on grants to non-profits that's assumed at the level it was adopted last year, the one major difference that i would highlight for you now and i'll mention it again later is h
now to remember war veterans. it's one of the top stories. good afternoon. i'm tori campbell. we begin with the u.s. marine corps. it just has said seven marines have died during a training exercise in nevada. it happened around 10:30 at the hawthorne army depot about 140 miles southeast of reno. all of the men were from a unit based in north carolina. marine officials say a 60- millimeter mortar exploded unexpectliedly. a white house spokesman expressed president obama's sympathy. >> the president sends thoughts and prayers to the families of those lost and injured. we're in the early stages of assess egg the incident. it's a -- assessing the incident. it's a tragedy. >> it's unclear what caused the mortar round to detonate and if more than a single round exploded. the marine corps has ordered an immediate halt worldwide until an investigation is finished. >>> a new effort to health veterans is being launched today ten years after the iraq war began. details are being discussed right now. ktvu's sal castanedo joins us live from san francisco to show us how some marking this day. >> re
-- in campbell is apparently solved. they captured the man who committed more than 30 burglaries. here you can see some of that stolen loot. officers say they found them in a storage space represented by felipe rubio and he now faces charges. >>> and a judge asked two psychiatrists to comam minute the -- to examine the man accused of stealing a yacht. he is accused of stealing the $2 million yacht two weeks ago and then running it a ground on a beach in pacifica. if the doctors agree he isn't well enough to defend himself, he could end up in a state mental hospital. >>> a grassroots effort to save the san francisco tradition of carnival kicked into high gear tonight. community groups in the mission district held an emergency meeting to save the parade and festival that will celebrate its 35th year. the nonprofit says it cannot longer hold the two-day event. the groups mobilized in an effort to get 500 volunteers together. they are also asking done -- donors to contribute $170,000. >> especially businesses in the san francisco bay area to step up and help support carnival and save it and become
at 11:00, the mystery of items disappearing from the storage units in cam del -- in campbell i solved.arently solved. they captured the man who committed more than 30 burglaries. here you can see some of that stolen loot. officers say they found them in a storage space represented by felipe rubio and he now faces charges. >>> and a judge asked two psychiatrists to comam minute ee the -- to examine the man accused of stealing a yacht. he is accused of stealing the $2 million yacht two weeks ago and then running it a ground on a beach in pacifica. if the doctors agree he isn't well enough to defend himself, he could end up in a state mental hospital. >>> a grassroots effort to save the san francisco tradition of carnival kicked into high gear tonight. anstrict held anin the emergency meeting to save the parade and festival that will celebrate its 35th year. the nonprofit says it cannot longer hold the two-day event. the groups mobilized in an effort to get 500 volunteers together. they are alsoe -- donors to contribute $170,000. >> especially businesses in the san francisco bay area to
look to people like anne campbell, our superintendent and to cheryl there to educate us and i said this morning "i am interested what we can do as a district attorney's office to help , what we can do to help" because we recognize we're not experts. we have an expertise in certain areas dealing with consequences and accountability and we're good with that. when it comes to soft power with great collaboration we can have a support role and provide to our educators and experts what exactly can we do to assist you getting to the end that everybody talked about today and that's the only different take we would have. >> great thank you. [applause] i would like to say we need to wrap up. we have a late start and need to keep moving. i would like to say what struck me today that even though teachers and principals are in school all day addressing those things in the hallways and they're not here. we have school people but they're not the ones on the ground but i think they would be thrilled to know that the people in this room that represent law enforcement -- i think i saw someone fr
'm tori campbell. >>> an early-morning fire on beltle island destroyed two homes and left a third badly damaged. the fire first broke out at 2:30 this morning on taylor road and quickly spread to two adjacent homes on either side. claudine wong explains why a series of issues may have impacted the response. >> reporter: had is what residents on taylor saw -- this is what residents on the 1400 block of taylor saw. flames devouring this one-story home. >> i was sleeping. somebody was banging downstairs. i went out and saw the house engulfed in flames. >> reporter: firefighters came from about five miles further because the closest firefighting station closed due to budget cuts. the single story could not be saved, it soon became clear, and the focus was saving the others on either side. downed power lines hampered the effort to protect the brown home on the ear side. >> we didn't pull back completely. we will to readjust -- on either side. >> we didn't pull back completely. we had to readjust. >> reporter: and as the sun came up, the firefighters just continued to dump thousands of gallon
. >> reporter: linda campbell was among the many who heard the rant and walked out. >> what do you say to her when she says you were just misunderstanding her? >> you're wrong. it's on tape. so people will hear. and they'll know what she said. i heard her say these are my beliefs as well. so that's a lie. >> and the audio appeared to the internet this afternoon. it's not clear where it came from. but i talked to three different people who told me, yes, it's authentic. michelle had about a dozen dates left on her schedule. because of the uproar and because fans raised some heck, all of those shows have been canceled. >> it never ceases to amaze me how people will come back and say i never said that. and we play the tape for them, and they're saying the words. >> and it came three days after the concert. no video had emerged. but moments after she made the statement, out came the audio! >> everything is recorded these days. >> absolutely. >>> taking the pulse of a crime-ridden community. why one east bay city is hoping a discarded police strategy will work the second time around. >> caught in t
and a klieg may colleague may be in legal trouble. good afternoon, i am tori campbell. they are facing that. tara moriarty talked with the auditor about the interference in a bidding process for a construction project. good afternoon. >> reporter: some pretty big fireworks here this morning all over this, it is an auditor's report which says shows two council members crossed the line and mis-used their power in office. the most telling pages are on 16 and 17. the auditor says the parts in red show where council members desly brooks and larry ride interfered with a construction contracting process by either hiring workers or buying supplies. it outlines the bidding process in a 2 million dollar construction contract for the army base. courtney ruby said her probe found a total of 14 instances of city charter violations, a dozen of them by councilwoman brooks and one by reid. >> at no point in time may we ever jiff that justify to break the law, this is the city charter and we sign on to upheld this when we take our oath. >> we caught up with them, who denied the allegations and questioned h
, i am tori campbell. the oakland police department graduate its first academy of police officers in 4 years today, brian flores is live in oakland to explain how this may make the streets safer. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon, the goal certainly is to make the streets safer in oakland. as you mentioned the first graduating class since november of 2008, not only a big day for them but also for the families who have sacrificed so much. this is the city's 166th police academy class, 38 officers graduated today, including two from vallejo, the class marks the first of many things, for one the first class under police chief howard jordan and mayor jean kwan and the first diverse class in its history, out of the graduating class 11 different language including those. the chief says it marks a turning point for them and this new class is meant to do that, and he hopes that. he does say this class has boosted the department's morale. >> for the last six months the president of this academy has done that he has given us a sense of hope, pride and honor to see the transformation f
and then another one in six months. >>> a campbell couple had its plan all ready to go. little soleil valentina murphy was born tuesday in the family car. her parents planned the natural, drug-free birth and wanted to wait at home as long as possible before going to the hospital. but they waited just a bit too long. they had to pull over and dad tliferred. >> i don't know what i would have done in a situation where somebody is in that much pain and i'm trying to help them. so my husband is awesome. i couldn't ask for a better partner. >> you want to give her a kiss? come over here and give her a kiss. >> little soleil looks great. mom and dad looks great. she'll be back home with her 2 1/2-year-old big brother. >>> around here, energy and technology is not a problem. developing in third world countries, many clinics don't have reliable energy making a doctor's job more difficult. but, now, a berkley physician is changing that. >> reporter: in 2008, ob-gyn doctor traveled from berk, ley to avenue ri can. >> welcome to the world, little one. >> this video she shot just minutes after birth. the lo
, if you have any thought about this, contact randy campbell at no graffiti network. he's been battling against coca cola and their graffiti stuff for years and years and years. he can tell you what kind of battle that is legally. so, it's kind of the side effect of living in a free country. >> awesome, thank you. i believe you had a question here. did you have your hand up? mine was a pretty good question. let's see what other answers we have. >> i'm the general services manager for our public works department which means i have 36 [speaker not understood] of program responsibility. and graffiti is the 36th. so, i really appreciate, especially dr. spencer and some of the other panelists who kind of help bring home some of the key points about how graffiti really is a gateway crime and how graffiti vandals escalate. and that's one, if any message i can take home, that's what i really want to so i thank you for that. omaha, nebraska. >> omaha, nebraska. you have one up there? >> i'm all done. >> do you have a question you wanted to ask? >> [speaker not understood]. >> we'll get to the sa
saying the nation's bioterrorism labs are not secure. ktvu's kyla campbell in our washington, d.c. newsroom. you've been reading the report. are any california labs in that report? >> reporter: well, dave, uc berkeley does have what's considered a high biotrirm lab one the report released from the government accountability office does not single out anything. the deal with bioterrorism weapons have not been implemented. the department of agriculture and the centers for disease control monitor the inspections for these labs. the government accountability recommended creating a new single entity to watch over these labs but the federal government says it's not in the best interest of national security to use money and other resources that way. the government accountability office found two main failures with safety and security at some of those 350 labs around the country. we'll dig deeper into those so- called failures when i see you next hour. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> well, "new york times" reports the cia has been helping arab
residence. the two men -- at his residence. the two men just stepped indoors. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. bureau, the president is taking part in some intense talks with israeli leaders today. >> reporter: president obama and israeli leaders have to come up with an agreement on how to respond to iran's nuclear threats. we're gonna look at the president arriving to shimon peres's home a few moments ago. president obama and israeli leaders this morning called called the relationship between their two country, unbreakable even though they don't always agree. prime minister benjamin netanyahu warns iran will have a nuclear bomb ready in the next few months. president obama believes that's still a year away and that would allow more time for peace talks. the white house doesn't expect any major agreements to come out of the president's president. the two men will be holding a -- meeting. the two men will be holding a conference and they are expected to talk to the media in less than an hour. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>
about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. >>brian: remember when tebowing was the big craze? >>steve: sure. >>brian: that's long good. forget about eastwooding and talking to an empty chair. the latest craze, the tale of liberty pose, this is a photo over the weekend. you can see it looks strikingly similar to lady liberty. >>steve: except the big gulp isn't welcoming immigrants into new york harbor. >>brian: the palin pose trending on-line and leading to a late-night craze for groups looking to strike that pose. we'll see where that goes. that's allowed. bloomberg would okay that. >>ainsley: good morning to you. if you're just waking up, 6:32 on the east coast. a few headlines. a pennsylvania community is mourning the loss of a beloved coach and her unborn child killed in a bus crash. [singing] >>ainsley: hundreds gathering on sunday for a memorial service at seton hill university. members of the woman's lacrosse team wore uniforms and laid flowers in memory of their head co
harm than good. kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom with new reports that question the safety of these labs. kyla. >> reporter: a federal watchdog group is expected to release more information today. the government accountability office says it called for tougher safety standards but the usa today reports the standards have yet to be developed. the u.s. is at an increased risk for -- a lot of the risk has to do with security. it's been a big concern since the 2001 anthrax letter attacks. the uada and centers for disease control share responsibility when it comes to inspecting these labs. the usda says it will not adopt many of the recommendations suggested by the federal watchdog group. i'll explain their reasons why when i see you next. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> lawmakers may be close to passing a new online sales tax. the senate approved a nonbinding amendment that would allow states to collect sales tax from online retailers that are grossing more than $1 million. the vote mostly symbolic. but this could lead to further legislation
more harm than good. kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom with new reports that question the safety of these labs. kyla. >> reporter: a federal watchdog group is expected to release more information today. the government accountability office says it called for tougher safety standards but the usa today reports the standards have yet to be developed. the u.s. is at an increased risk for -- a lot of the risk has to do with security. it's been a big concern since the 2001 anthrax letter attacks. the uada and centers for disease control share responsibility when it comes to inspecting these labs. the usda says it will not adopt many of the recommendations suggested by the federal watchdog group. i'll explain their reasons why when i see you next. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> lawmakers may be close to passing a new online sales tax. the senate approved a nonbinding amendment that would allow states to collect sales tax from online retailers that are grossing more than $1 million. the vote mostly
labs around the country are not secure and the american people are at risk ktvu kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom. kyla. >> reporter: the government accountability office released this report just minutes ago saying some of the nation's 350 bioterrorism labs which includes labs in california are not secure. the government accountability office found two main failures that says anthrax and other tools have been transferred to unauthorized facilities and say workers at multiple labs have expired security risk assessment ifsen the department of agricultural and centers for disease control are in charge of inspecting these labs. the usda has shot down many of the recommendations from the government accountability office. it says it over exaggerated risks at the labs and the cdc says it has redundant safety and security at these labs. i'll continue digging through this report again released minutes ago to see if it tinkles out any of these bioterrorism labs in california. >>> time now 6:18. lawmakers may be closer to pass a new o
are dead after an apparent murder- suicide. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom the base commander says the gunman killed a pan and woman. >> reporter: the shooters first victim was found around 7:30 pacific last night. authorities then found the shooter and a woman he killed in the same building. right now authorities are not releasing a possible motive or the names of those killed. the base commander tells us all three worked at the officer cadet school. all other marines on base and their family members have been accounted for. he says they have chaplains providing counseling for people who work and live at quantico. >> we're taking care of the well being of the marines and the families aboard quantico who have been effected by this loss and tragedy. >> reporter: he talk the about what a rough week it has been for marines. on monday seven marines were killed in an explosion in nevada. we'll have more on this latest tragedy when see you. >>> 6:17. a stopgap spending bill to keep the government running is heading to president
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area, and more cities are looking at adopting it. good afternoon. i'm torriex campbell. the strategy is putting technology versus copper thieves and right now it appears that technology may be getting the upper hand on this expensive problem. we first mentioned this story on mornings at 2:00. noon at new, we have been talking to local officials about how this tactic is. >> reporter: good afternoon. well to you and me this is just a street lamp but to a thief it could represent a small mint, because underneath this lid is copper wiring worth up to $4 a pound at salvage yards so to protect it city officials poured cement around the box and bolted it shut to keep out thieves. >> if the bolts aren't removed from these boxes, then the thieves can come along and easily just break the lid and access the wires. >> the public works director here in concord showed us one that needs to be sealed. he says the city may also be borrowing an idea from a neighboring city to spoil burglars plans. two years ago, valejox began embedding electronic tracking devises invisible to the naked eye of copper w
with a simulated attack. here is kyla campbell and the pentagon is watching this closely, kyla? >> reporter: the pentagon is adding missile intercepters and it will take three years to get all 13 of them together in alaska. assist you lasted attack by north korea targeting the white house and the capital building. they carried out a rocket test in december and a bomb test last month. it happened during a united nations conference. they ordered a preemptive nuclear attack and that was after they agreed on new tougher sanctions. some analysts say it's just propaganda and others say it shows north korea's intentions for its nuclear weapons program. >> they will not sent them nor -- they will not accept them. >> it directly targets the u.s. >> reporter: some lawmakers do not believe the united states is doing enough by adding missile intercepters in alaska over the next three years. what they want done when i see you next, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> they are trying to keep the government funded through the end of the september. the measure will go to the house where it is expected to pass
:00, the mystery of items disappearing from the storage units in cam del -- in campbell is apparently solved. they captured the man who committed more than 30 burglaries. here you can see some of that stolen loot. officers say they found them in a storage space represented by felipe rubio and he now faces charges. >>> and a judge asked two psychiatrists to comam minute the -- to examine the man accused of stealing a yacht. he is accused of stealing the $2 million yacht two weeks ago and then running it a ground on a beach in pacifica. if the doctors agree he isn't well enough to defend himself, he could end up in a state mental hospital. >>> a grassroots effort to save the san francisco tradition of carnival kicked into high gear tonight. community groups in the mission district held an emergency meeting to save the parade and festival that will celebrate its 35th year. the nonprofit says it cannot longer hold the two-day event. the groups mobilized in an effort to get 500 volunteers together. they are also asking done -- donors to contribute $170,000. >> especially businesses in the san fra
, eric brooks, michael raisin, danny campbell, and howard wong. >>> commissioners, ron miguel. i'd like to thank the supervisor for the outreach made. i was at attendance at a number of the meetings. it was outreached to a large variety of both supporters and those in opposition and those who were before you when this subject came up to you before. i think it was thorough. i think it was well attended. and i think it was well listened to, particularly as the supervisor just told you, there have been at least 34 changes since it was originally involved. i have been reading legislation of one type or another since the late '50s when i was a lobbyist in sacramento. and then involved in c-e-q-a and nepa situations, 16 years as president of par, and been with the housing action coalition and, of course, when i was on the other side of the podium. one of the problems is clarity and certainty, and no one knows particularly when it deals with cad x's and negative declarations where that certainty is, and there absolutely has been no clarity. regardless of what you may have heard from some membe
-- >> thank you. thank you. >>> good evening, president fong, commissioners, secretary ionin. danny campbell with the sheet metal workers local union 104. first, i must make it absolutely clear that sheet metal workers local 104 stands with the rest of organized labor e the environmental community and affordable housing advocates in opposition to the efforts in sacramento to destroy c-e-q-a. it's unfortunate that supervisor wiener's much needed ordinance has undeservedly been caught up in this debate. i'm here tonight to offer our support for supervisor wiener's proposed ordinance. it's reasonable that san francisco's implementation of c-e-q-a will, with the passage of this ordinance, become more in line with the practice of other jurisdictions throughout the state. and finally, i just want to wish everybody a happy st. patrick's day. as you know, this sunday is st. patrick's day. so, happy st. patrick's day to everybody. thank you. >> thank you. >>> howard wong with san francisco tomorrow. several days before last thanksgiving the c-e-q-a legislation that's introduced, it was to be brought
degrees. 65 degrees is expected for campbell. 67 degrees for antioch. a downtown san francisco will barely escape the '60s. 67 will be your high and napa. it will be chilly but bright. there is quiet whether over the bay area. high pressure is starting to build and the winds will be coming from the north. it is a breezy lasted into the weekend. 70's are possible for sunday. as of right now we are looking and a 20 to 30 percent chance for the middle of next week. >> we have a hot spot at the bay bridge in the westbound direction. if there was an accident on the end, but it has been cleared. this has been their reason why the metering lights were slowed down. 580 is backing up into the macarthur mayes of the drive time is already over 22 minutes for the westbound ride. the accident is clear but for now it is still a hot spot. we continue to look at the bridges. the san mateo bridges problem. but the drive time is up to 13 minutes. off the golden gate bridge 1 01 southbound has no problems. looking first at the east bay ride on interstate 880 and the short commute is still a good ride issue c
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